"The action I am taking is no more than a radical measure to hasten the explosion of truth and justice. I have but one passion: to enlighten those who have been kept in the dark, in the name of humanity which has suffered so much and is entitled to happiness. My fiery protest is simply the cry of my very soul. Let them dare, then, to bring me before a court of law and let the enquiry take place in broad daylight!" - Emile Zola, J'accuse! (1898) -

Monday, November 3, 2008

 Don’t Cry For Me “Evita Palin”; I Know I Won’t Cry For You!



Sarah Palin Could Never Be Half The Woman Or Leader Evita Peron Was Except In Her Wildest Fantasy-Filled Dreams.


María Eva Duarte de Perón (May 71919 – July 261952) was the second wife of President Juan Domingo Perón (1895–1974) and served as the First Lady of Argentina from 1946 until her death in 1952. She is often referred to as simply Eva Perón, or by the affectionate Spanish language diminutive Evita, which literally translates into English as "Little Eva".


Born out of wedlock in rural Argentina in 1919, at the age 15 she made her way to the nation's capital of Buenos Aires where she pursued a career as a stage, radio, and film actress. Eva met Colonel Juan Perón in 1944 at a charity event in San Juan. The two were married the following year. In 1946, Juan Perón was elected President of Argentina. Over the course of the next six years, Eva Perón became powerful within the Pro-Peronist trade unions, essentially for speaking on behalf of labor rights. She also ran the Ministries of Labor and Health, founded and ran the charitable Eva Perón Foundation, championed women's suffrage in Argentina, and founded and ran the nation's first large-scale female political party, the Female Peronist Party.


In 1951, Eva Perón accepted the Peronist nomination for the office of Vice President of Argentina. In this bid she received great support from the Peronist political base, low-income and working class Argentines referred to as descamisados or "shirtless ones". However, opposition from the nation's military and elite, coupled with her declining health, ultimately forced her to withdraw her candidacy. In 1952, shortly before her death from cancer at the age of 33, Eva Perón was given the official title of"Spiritual Leader of the Nation" by the Argentine Congress.[1] [2][3]


Eva Perón has remained an important cultural figure in Argentine society where she has been the subject of many biographies, novels, plays, documentaries, motion pictures, and museums. [4] [5] Cristina Fernandez, the first female elected President of Argentina, claims that women of her generation owe a debt to Eva for "her example of passion and combativeness". [6] Outside of Argentina, "Evita's life has evidently just begun" [7] as she has "attained the condition of apotheosis — becoming a deity in the new world pantheon of electronic celebrity." [2]


Closing With Class And Grace

The Night Prima Dona Diva Palin Will Never Know.

Tomorrow Night We Shall…